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Major Guide: Anthropology

Below, are recommended programs for Anthropology majors which have been pre-approved and will allow you to take a full load of major courses.

Pro Tip: Check out the programs with internship, research, service-learning, and field work opportunities for a more hands-on Vols Abroad experience.
*This is not an exhaustive list.

Sydney opera house and bay area

ISA Rome, Italy: Business, Communications, International Relations & Liberal Arts

Macquarie University

University of Canterbury

Program Type: UT Affiliate

Program Location: Rome, Italy

Program Feature: Internship placements available


Program Type: UT Exchange

Program Location: Sydney, Australia

Program Type: UT Direct

Program Location: Christchurch, New Zealand

Program Features: Internship placements available; service-learning opportunities

Quick Look: The American University of Rome is canopied by lush gardens and has spectacular views of the city, including remnants from the Roman Empire. Quick Look: Located just 10 miles from Sydney’s dynamic downtown center, Macquarie University is central to diverse businesses and culture. Quick Look: Located in urban Christchurch, this mild climate and diverse population permits countless activities including theatre, music, parks, and nature, as well as sports, like rugby, cricket, hockey, and soccer.

UTK International Research Opportunities Program

USAC Ireland: Irish Culture Studies and Politics in Cork

USAC Thailand,: Southwest Asian Culture, Politics & Business

Program Type: UT Faculty-directed

Program Locations: Multiple

Programs Feature: Research opportunities

Program Type: UT Affiliate

Program Location: Cork, Ireland

Program Type: UT Affiliate

Program Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand

Program Features: Internship & field work placements available

Quick Look: Step into existing research projects at global universities and engage a quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods approach. Quick Look: Cork, the second largest city in Ireland, is located on the south coast of the island. The city boasts international arts, film, and jazz festivals, lively performing arts and a growing artisanal culinary culture. Quick Look: Surrounded by high mountain ranges, Chaing Mai is in one of the most scenic areas in the country. A city of approximately 1 million people, there is no shortage of things to do.